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Title Tense in the Haida Relative Clause
Description:"Tense may or may not appear in the Haida relative clause. This article will show that when tense appears it serves to specify that clause, that is, it marks the clause as denoting an individual rather than a type."
ca.17 pp.
Citation IJAL, vol.49, no.2, April 1983, pp.134-66
Contributors Enrico, John (author)
Type Text
Coverage Haida Museum, Masset, B.C.
Subject Language(s) Haida
LingType grammatical
Files: HAM975En1983e-01.pdf

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